A story of love lost…and found.
Mia Wells’s eco-friendly career goals are about to become a reality-but her life-altering moment is interrupted when an unexpected call ushers in her tremulous past. A man who’s never left Mia’s memory: Flynn, the enigmatic, passionate man whose disappearance broke her heart, has mysteriously resurfaced.
Now back in her life and in the hospital, Flynn is gravely injured. Mia keeps a bedside vigil-terrified that he will die, awestruck at the prospect of his survival. In a story filled with sweetness and suspense, Mia’s what-ifs are endless. And Flynn’s return ignites an achingly powerful tale about the most enduring love, one that is greater than honor, or friendship, or the passing of time.
Paperback: 384 pages
Publisher: Berkley Trade; Original edition (January 4, 2011)
Sigh…yet another book that I had a hard time getting through. I really wanted to like this book, I really, really did. The synopsis of the story is one that I relate closely to. However, it ended up reading more like this:
Girl meets Boy
Girl falls in love with Boy
Boy leaves, breaks Girl’s heart
Girl meets and marries another Boy
Years later Boy 1 returns to proclaim his never ending love for Girl
Girl 1 leaves Boy 2 and lives happily ever after with Boy 1
Head Thunk! I know the description says that the book is “filled with sweetness and suspense”, but I didn’t really read any of that. It was mostly filled with girl drama and bad choices.
MY RATING: 2/5
OFF TOPIC (KINDA): Did you season the first episode of American Idol Season 10. The new judges were there with Jennifer Lopez filling the female spot. All night long Jennifer had a horrible time telling the wanna-be’s that they were a no. I mean, she really struggled. Maybe she was just acting, but she looked like she was in pain when she sent them away with their dreams crushed. Anywho, I kinda feel like that. I HATE giving a bad review. I really, really hate it. However, I feel a responsibility to you, my reader, to share my HONEST opinion without regards to the author’s feelings. Do I like giving a 1 or a 2 rating, do I like saying that I couldn’t finish a book…no, I don’t, but it’s the god’s honest truth from my point of view and that is what I am here to share.